The paper aims to measure the implementation of four features of a gated community in Tangerang Regency, Banten, Indonesia. The four features are functions of the enclosure, security features, barriers, amenities and facilities, and type of residents. The study uses a qualitative method, and data collection is conducted by observation, documentation, and audio-visual. The results show that gated community residents do not felt that the enclosure functions, security features and barriers, amenities, and facilities are available. The developer has a conflict of interest to take profit from managing the sports centre, swimming pool and water park and open public space since all housing units were sold. The original findings in this study are not all gated communities to implement its four features.